Complete Lab Pack Includes:Art & Music: The RenaissanceSee how the Renaissance artists and composers, influenced and inspired by the new humanistic philosophy, developed new forms and techniques, from... Click To Read More About This Product
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Art & Music: The Renaissance
See how the Renaissance artists and composers, influenced and inspired by the new humanistic philosophy, developed new forms and techniques, from painting with oils to four-part polyphony. Students will learn of the emergence of the Renaissance in Florence and its spread to other parts of Europe. W33CD 6101Art & Music: The Baroque
Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Handel, Frescobaldi, and many other artists and composers supply the dramatic and expressive sights and sounds of this tremendous CD-ROM. Use it to enliven and enrich any study of baroque culture, including baroque opera. W33CD 6102Art & Music: The Eighteenth Century
Relive the developments in painting and sculpture as they parallel music's changing styles: comic opera, Viennese classical style, and emergent romanticism. Students will learn about the art and music of the French Revolution and see an intriguing comparison between the works of David and Beethoven. W33CD 6103Art & Music: The Medieval Era Through Art and Music CD-ROM
Understand how the art, architecture, and music of this era were created for and governed by the Church. Students will experience the stunning evolution of art during medieval times as they learn about manuscript illumination, the genesis of the cathedral, monophonic music/plainchant, harmony, and the secularization of music and literature. W33CD 6100Art & Music: Impressionism
Includes discussions of Monet, Degas, Cassatt, and Renoir. W33CD 6105Art & Music: Surrealism
Make surrealism easier to comprehend as you see and hear the parallels between the art of Ernst, Magritte, and Dali and the music of Satie, Bartok, and cage, among others. Students will understand how the ideas of Freud, Einstein, symbolists, cubists, and dadaists are reflected in the art and music of the surrealists period. W33CD 6107
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